While studies are still underway, there is promising evidence linking antioxidants and speeding up the removal of ethanol (alcohol by-product) in reducing the severity of hangovers.
Ketorolac, an NSAID (like ibuprofen) combats brain and overall inflammation to relieve moderate to severe headaches and body aches in as little as 30 minutes, with full effects felt in 1-2 hours, lasting for 6 hours.
Zofran reduce nausea by acting on the brain to block the actions of serotonin, which causes nausea and vomiting.
Famotidine targets heartburn and acid reflux, caused by certain alcohol components that cause the esophagus to relax.
B-complex replaces B vitamins depleted by alcohol intake and speed up metabolism of alcohol by-product.
Vitamin C and glutathione antioxidants reduce inflammation and oxidative stress.
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